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  1. Alum Continues to be Valuable Resource to Faculty Member

    https://ansci.osu.edu/newsletter/alumni-newsletter/alumni-newsletter-autumn-2019/alum-continues-be-valuable-resource

    Science, to speak to his classes. Dr. Kinder shared the following as to why he continues to invite Mr. ... Piergallini to his classes: Larry Piergallini is a former student and judging team member with which I worked ... together. Larry is also a very good writer – expect that goes without saying considering his success as ...

  2. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT – Fire Extinguishers on the Farm

    https://agsafety.osu.edu/newsletter/ag-safety-stat/fire-safety-edition/emergency-management-%E2%80%93-fire-extinguishers-farm

    safety of your property. Consider placing extinguishers in the shop, barns, equipment cabs and on the ...

  3. Coffee with the Master Gardeners- Herbal Teas

    https://mahoning.osu.edu/events/coffee-master-gardeners-herbal-teas

    teas?  If so, then this is the class for you! Speaker: Carol Smith, Master Gardener Volunteer ...

  4. Dig In! Program Class Schedule 2020

    https://cuyahoga.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/market-gardening-and-urban-farming/dig-program

    into the program will be sent by April 8, 2020 Classes take place Tuesday evenings from 6pm to ... 8:30pm. At least the first five classes will be online, the remainder in the office (12200 Fairhill ... Rd.) depending on th Covid19 outbreak.  Cost of Class $50.00 Dig in 2020 Class Schedule Classes take place ...

  5. Academic Affairs: Deadlines & Updates

    https://ansci.osu.edu/newsletter/student-newsletter/february-9-2020-february-2-2020-january-26-2020-january-19-2020

      2 nd   Friday (January 17)   is the last day to add a class without petitioning/a course ... Note: Courses dropped will show a “W” on your record.   The deadlines above refer to full-term classes ...

  6. CFAES Student Council Panel

    https://ansci.osu.edu/newsletter/student-newsletter/february-23-2020-february-16-2020-february-9-2020/cfaes-student

    CFAES Student Council’s “Breaking the Boundaries” Discussion Panel You’re invited! On February 26 th, in the Ag Administration Auditorium, the CFAES Student Council is hosting a “Breaking the Boundaries” discussion panel in coordination with Dean Kress. T ...

  7. Animal Science Winter Mixer

    https://ansci.osu.edu/newsletter/student-newsletter/january-12-2020/animal-science-winter-mixer

    Our annual departmental Faculty/Staff-Student Mixer event is  Tuesday, January 14 th  in the ... open at 5, but the event will begin closer to 5:15.  The event will last until about 7:30, but if you ... this is the January Buckeye’s In Your Corner event, so you do not want to pass that up (if possible).  ...

  8. 2020 American Angus Association Internship

    https://ansci.osu.edu/newsletter/student-newsletter/january-26-2020-january-19-2020-january-12-2020/2020-american-angus

    traveling to industry events. Experience in news and feature writing, editing, and photography are strongly ... design. Experience in photography, video and social media would be beneficial.  Events and Education:  The ... intern will assist in planning and executing youth events hosted by the National Junior Angus Association ...

  9. Processed Meats Product Final Show

    https://ansci.osu.edu/newsletter/alumni-newsletter/alumni-newsletter-autumn-2019/processed-meats-product-final-show

    The Processed Meats (MEATSCI 4510) class presented its final products to visitors who wanted to ... Columbus,” explained Brown. “The Processed Meats class gave me a chance to try and capture the taste of home. ...

  10. Dairy Judging Team Makes Trip to Switzerland

    https://ansci.osu.edu/newsletter/alumni-newsletter/alumni-newsletter-autumn-2019/dairy-judging-team-makes-trip-switzerland

    life Herd sizes varied from 20 to 50 cows and if you were in that upper range, the farm was considered ... classes, only cows. Birthdates were not the determining factor, but the number of lactations was how ... animals were entered. They ranged from one lactation up to a class of 10-11 lactation cows.  Each canton ...

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